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Hakafa means "encirclement."
We are a congregation of people:
No building, no board of directors,
and no fund-raising.
As our circle grows, our intimate,
casual, and welcoming atmosphere
remains. Hakafa is a circle
of caring people.

WEEKLY NEWS


New announcements are posted each Wednesday.

NEWSLETTER


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SCHEDULE CHANGES DUE TO COVID

Due to the current elevated numbers of COVID cases and hospitalizations as a result of the highly transmissible Omicron variant, Hakafa will be continuing with online-only worship, classes, and programs through the end of January. This includes Religious School and Hebrew School, which will also meet online-only through the end of the month. 

We wish those who are ailing a r’fuah shlay-mah – a quick, complete recovery.

Today's Calendar


Upcoming Programs & Events

Jan
19
Mussar Class
Wednesday, Jan 19 10:00am
Jan
19
Wednesday Afternoon Tanach Study
Wednesday, Jan 19 1:00pm
Jan
21
Shabbat Service VIA ZOOM ONLY
Friday, Jan 21 7:30pm
Jan
23
Religious School
Sunday, Jan 23 10:00am

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HELP FEED
THOSE WHO ARE HUNGRY

On the second Sunday of each month, Hakafa volunteers are needed to provide one or more of the following items for A Just Harvest: the fried chicken entrée, salad, vegetables, fruit, and/or dessert. Hakafa’s tzedakah fund can reimburse you for expenses, if needed.

For more details, and to sign up to volunteer, click here.

Contact Hakafa member, Monique Parsons, with any questions.

TU B'SHEVAT 5782!

The holiday of Tu B’Shevat* falls on Monday, January 17 this year.

Please help us celebrate by attending our virtual
Tu B’Shevat Community Seder
Friday, January 14, 2022

immediately following the 7:30 PM Shabbat service

Click here for the Zoom link and instructions for how to prepare.

*Tu B'Shevat (pronounced Too Bish-VAHT) is the Jewish New Year of the Trees.  According to the Talmud, the fifteenth of the Hebrew month of Shevat (Tu in Hebrew means “fifteen”) is the day designated as the end of the period in which most of Israel’s yearly rain has fallen. It also marks the time when trees have used up water from the previous year’s rainfall and have begun absorbing the water of the New Year. On Tu B’Shevat, by honoring the cycle of our trees, we sanctify the power of nature, our most precious resource. 

Wed, January 19 2022 17 Sh'vat 5782